Affordable Pet Dental Plus is a Spokane veterinary office that prioritizes affordability. Rather than providing walk-in service during traditional business hours, the clinic accepts patients by appointment only, mainly on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. The staff practitioners focus on providing the most crucial forms of pet care, including inoculations, dental care, diagnostics, and a limited range of behavioral and surgical procedures.
Spokane, WA(509) 535-4903
Argonne Veterinary Clinic opened in Spokane Valley in 1978, under the name “Argonne Village Veterinary Clinic.” The current owner, Dr. Kendall Cypert, DVM, is an alumnus of the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Cypert, who treats small animals as well as birds and farm animals, practices in various veterinary fields, including preventive medicine, internal medicine, dentistry, radiology, and general surgery.
Spokane Valley, WA(509) 924-1889
Fairwood Animal Hospital and Laser Surgery Center, located in Spokane, is an animal wellness center helping patients from the city and its suburbs. Dr. Ben Hart, Dr. Danette Roberts, and Dr. Randall Gutting are graduates of the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. They practice in the areas of veterinary dentistry, radiology, dermatology, cardiology, and endocrinology.
Spokane, WA(509) 467-0566
Good Neighbor Vet, PLLC is a chain of pet clinics, operating in locations throughout the Pacific Northwest, that focuses on providing affordable healthcare to dogs and cats. The practice’s services are limited mostly to basic veterinary procedures, including wellness exams, vaccinations, microchipping, and corrective/preventive parasite treatments. When surgical care or another specialized service is necessary, staff members can refer patients to better-equipped veterinary care centers.
Spokane Valley, WA(888) 234-1350
Latah Creek Animal Hospital is a Spokane-based veterinary clinic that Dr. Steve A. Bauer, DVM has owned since 2003. Dr. Steve Bauer, an alumnus of the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, works alongside Dr. Megan E. Bauer, who received her DVM from the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. They perform routine care, dental care, surgical care, and genetic testing for the Spokane Metro area’s dogs and cats.
Spokane, WA(509) 462-7387
Legacy Animal Medical Center opened in Liberty Lake in 2001 and has become an established Spokane-area provider of veterinary medical services. Dr. Karen Yamamoto, Dr. Mark Fosberg, and Dr. Meagan Bright perform wellness exams, surgical procedures, pain management, and alternative medicinal care. Families can also bring pets to Legacy Animal Medical Center for boarding and grooming services.
Liberty Lake, WA(509) 926-8387
Dr. Michael Perry, DVM founded the Lincoln Heights Veterinary Clinic in 1970. Now his daughter Christine Perry-Siems, who received her DVM from Washington State University, owns and leads the clinic. Dr. Perry-Siems works alongside Marybeth Porter, DVM, Alex McCormick, DVM, and a team of three Registered Technicians, five Veterinary Assistants, and three Receptionists.
Spokane, WA(509) 535-3551
Medical Lake Veterinary Clinic is a Spokane Metro animal hospital operating under the leadership of Dr. Trina Dutton, DVM and Dr. Heather O’Bannan, DVM. The two practitioners, who are sisters as well as colleagues, both graduated from the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Their office is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Washington State Veterinary Medical Association. Furthermore, it has earned accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association.
Medical Lake, WA(509) 299-3675
Mount Spokane Veterinary Hospital, based in Mead, accepts a variety of patients, not just cats and dogs but also pocket pets, rabbits, birds, reptiles, horses, chickens, goats, and fish. Staff members have the equipment and training to treat each of these animals properly. Veterinary medical services available include wellness exams, soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries, dental care, endoscopy, reproductive services, emergency care, and behavioral counseling.
Mead, WA(509) 238-1585
The animal healthcare practice Mountain Empire Veterinary Services & Julia's Jungle has been located in Spokane for more than 15 years. The certified, locally-owned, and licensed clinic has a wide selection of services, including spaying, neutering, vaccinations, surgical care, pain management, and reproductive counseling. Additionally, grooming and boarding for dog and cat patients are available.
Spokane, WA(509) 922-6191
Pet Vet Hospital and Wellness Center, which opened in 1995, is a Spokane Valley animal clinic that specializes in performing laser therapy. Additional veterinary medical services available include root canals, radiography, and emergency care. Dr. Keith Clark, DVM, the practice’s managing practitioner, has a particular interest in handling second opinion cases. The hospital is a member of the American Veterinary Dental Society, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the Washington State Veterinary Medical Association, with accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association.
Spokane Valley, WA(509) 928-7387
Since it opened in Otis Orchards in 1977, Ponti Veterinary Hospital has provided Spokane Metro area pets with an array of healthcare services. These include vaccinations, small animal dentistry, surgery, radiology, and microchipping. Additionally, the team provides treatment options for pregnant mares, including foaling.
Otis Orchards, WA(509) 922-7465
Based in Spokane, the South Grand Veterinary Clinic provides a variety of animal healthcare options. Dr. Rush, who leads the clinic, is an alumnus of the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Since assuming ownership of the hospital in April 2005, he has been treating dogs and cats, with a particular focus on practicing geriatric medicine.
Spokane, WA(509) 747-7333
SouthCare Animal Medical Center, located in Spokane, works with dogs, cats, rabbits, and pocket pets from the area. The staff, which includes four Doctors of Veterinary Medicine as well as a team of Registered Veterinary Technicians, practices in a range of veterinary fields, including surgery, dentistry, oncology, radiology, and geriatric care. Additionally, SouthCare Animal Medical Center can provide compassionate end-of-life services.
Spokane, WA(509) 448-4480
Spokane Humane Society opened in 1897 as an animal shelter and veterinary medical clinic serving the Spokane Metro area. Although primarily a pet adoption center, the Spokane Humane Society also provides a range of basic veterinary services, especially suited to newly adopted pets. These include vaccinations, microchipping, and spaying or neutering.
Spokane, WA(509) 467-5235
The Cat’s Meow Feline Veterinary Clinic is a cat-exclusive veterinary practice based in Spokane. It is the only private Feline Hyperthyroidism Treatment Center in the greater Spokane community. Dr. Brenda Day and Dr. Carrie Forster graduated together from the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. They provide a range of services that includes preventive care, emergency care, internal medicine, geriatric care, and pain management.
Spokane, WA(509) 535-6369
Since opening in 1991, TLC Veterinary Clinic of Spokane has given preventive, diagnostic, surgical, and dental care to pets from the Spokane Metro area. Based in Spokane Valley, the office is equipped to help a variety of patients, including not just dogs and cats but also rats, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, reptiles, rabbits, parrots, small birds, and even ferrets. The clinic’s founder, owner, and sole veterinary practitioner is Dr. Kevin Llewellyn, a 1984 graduate of the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Spokane Valley, WA(509) 535-8743
Valley Veterinary Clinic, based in Spokane, provides animals from the city and the suburbs with behavioral medicine, dental care, microchipping, pain management, and euthanasia, among other veterinary medical services. Leading the team are co-owners Mark McFrederick, DVM, and Kevin French, DVM. Each received his doctorate from the Washington State College of Veterinary Medicine.
Spokane, WA(509) 926-4206
Wandermere Animal Hospital, founded in Spokane in 2005, gives medical care to companion animals from throughout the Puget Sound area. Dr. Carrie McCorkle, Dr. Sherry L. Moore, and Dr. Linda Wood work with a qualified staff of veterinary assistants and technicians to perform microchipping vaccinations, and compassionate end-of-life care, among many other forms of veterinary medicine.
Spokane, WA(509) 464-1414
West Plains Animal Hospital is a Spokane-based animal healthcare center led by local veterinarians Kris Belles and Jessica Sanders. In addition to treating dogs and cats, the staff has the training and equipment to help horses. Spokane Metro area families can bring in their companion animals for a range of dental, surgical, and medical care services.
Spokane, WA(509) 624-3474